59 collocations for  ketch

59 collocations for ketch

"I jest wish we might ketch some fish.

Let me ketch ye at my traps agin an' I'll jest waste a bullet on one o' yer legs.

Next moment we was around the corner, and a-drivin' as if we was a trying to ketch a train.

Thee doctur sais I wil be wel in about a munth if I don't ketch cold

He aims to he'p us; an' we'll ketch one o' them men out, and carry him off up here som'ers, and hold him till they pay us what we ask.

They used to ketch people and take em out and whup em.

En de fus' one I ketch sayin' anythin' 'g'in' Dave, I'll tell Mister Walker ter gin 'im forty.

Then when she'd ketch my eye, she'd turn pinker'n the pink.

He wasn't no mo' 'n 'bout three months ol' when he said it; 'n' then, 'fo' I could ketch my breath, hardly, an put in my claim, what does he do but square aroun', an', lookin' at me direc', say "dada!"

"'Long ez we had dat noo nigger heah,' Solomon went on, 'he kep' Mars Johnson busy pa't er de time; but now he 's gone erway, I s'pose de res' un us'll ketch it wusser 'n eber.'

"But me an' Blossy is a-comin' ter see yew off an' on pooty frequent meanstwhile; an', Abe, ef ever I ketch yew a-layin' abed, I'll leave yew ter yer own destruction.

I ketch wheens o' trout, too, from time to time; but I give yuh my word I never yet killed anything when the law was on it, never!"

"I can ketch meat for a dozen outfits with it," he said, "if I can borrow a fish-hook."

We'll build a road plumb through to the old Apache Trail and ketch them tourists goin' into Phoenix."

I kin iron out,ketch me a-gwine ter the neighbors an' a-beggin' fer writin'-paperan' I'll jest set daown an' write a line ter Mis' Halsey.

Well, no,I don't see how's to ketch them turkeys.

Mr. Moss, you wouldn't mind my trying to ketch one of them little bits o' brown fellows, would you, that hops around under them pine-trees?

"But me an' Blossy is a-comin' ter see yew off an' on pooty frequent meanstwhile; an', Abe, ef ever I ketch yew a-layin' abed, I'll leave yew ter yer own destruction.

Miss Statia once boxed my ears and sent me to bed, when she happened to ketch me listinin'; but it didn't smart much, and people can't 'spect to gather roses without thistles."

"If you want to ketch good fish," said he, sententiously, to Young New York, whose hook persisted in baiting itself with his thumb,"if you want to ketch reel snorters, you must have a heavy line, heavy lead, and gimp tackle.

* * * * * It's natchurl enugh, I guess, When some gits more and some gits less, Fer them-uns on the slimmest side To claim it ain't a fare divide; And I've knowed some to lay and wait, And git up soon, and set up late, To ketch some feller they could hate For goin' at a faster gait.

But you don't ketch me complainin'!

"No disrespect to 'e though, vor that don't argify; but I could ketch hold on 'e by the scroff o' yer neck an' the seat o' yer breeches, an' pitch 'e slick into the roadway among the iron.

Deys de bery kine ob men dat used ter keep dorgs to ketch de runaways.

You don't ketch me a-talkin' to New York at a dollar a throw, Nib, do ye?"

"No disrespect to 'e though, vor that don't argify; but I could ketch hold on 'e by the scroff o' yer neck an' the seat o' yer breeches, an' pitch 'e slick into the roadway among the iron.

"Yes, an' I'd ketch myself stan'in' still an' takin' it," was John's plucky response.

But the small string of tiny fish wuz all he ketched out of the deep waters, he didn't ketch any cheerfulness or happiness for himself or me, only disappintment and shagrin for I felt if I didn't use all my tack mebby the meetin' house would try to set down on him.

She had forgotten all about Oily Dave, and was fairly startled when his voice sounded close to her, saying: "I've got the rope; see if you can ketch 'old of the gal quick, for he's got cramp, sure as blazes!

Since I got that same, three days back, I've been figgerin' on how I could fix up a trap tuh ketch any two-legged varmint that chanced tuh come sneakin' around here of a night.

"Boss," he whispered, "we can't ketch thet car now."

Why, that 'ere Portagee relation o' yourn 'z been tryin' t' ketch a fellah 'n a slippernoose, 'n' got ketched himself,that's all.

You don't ketch me a-talkin' to New York at a dollar a throw, Nib, do ye?"

Der debil makes peoples tell lies, and den he ketch sie for his fire, und he vill ketch you, if you do dat some more.

"Said if he could n't be a fisher o' men, mebbe he knowed nuff to ketch boys," went on our informant, seeing nothing more in the speech, full of pathetic meaning to us who knew him, than the idle talk of one whom many considered "lackin'."

"'Golly!' said that youth, in describing the circumstance to me, 'I had to ketch two porgies that day.'

So of co'se I laid low, hopin' some day he 'd ketch itan' he did.

Unmoved by the Colonel's aspect of offended dignity, faintly dashed with doubt, she hurried on: "Before you go shellin' out any more cash, or haulin' stuff to Glory Hallelujah, just you go down that prospect hole o' McGinty's when McGinty ain't there, and see how many colours you can ketch."

Mr. Gully were pursuin' after 'im to ketch 'im. Walter sho' got tired of him pursuin' after 'im. Dat were de evidence Walter give out 'fore dey put de rope on his neck an' start him on his way to de gallows, but twant nobody dere to put it down jus' lak it were.

"'But s'posen de patteroles ketch me, Aun' Peggy, w'at I gwine ter do?'

I knowed I should ketch yer some day.

Fortunately, the Boy had remembered to "ketch" that essential, and his little offering was laid before the council-men.

"Mis' Endey, you don't ketch me foolin' with undertakers till I have to."

"That'll ketch the girls," observed the zouave with conviction.

"Shet the winders on summer, an' yew ketch the tail of slander in the latch every time.

And Jo you ever ketch her landin' on a black note when she started for a white one?

Mebbe I'd be lucky enough to ketch Hen too, an' if so, nobody in the village'd wear mournin'!

You ketch um tobacco?"

"If you feel able to ride," he said, "I'll ketch up the mule in the morning, and we'll go over there." "So your heart is really set on finding it, after all.

An' ketch the grub fer both of us A-fishin' in the sea.